Romeo A. Mataac, Jr.
Romeo A. Mataac, Jr. is the founder and chief correspondent of Marinduque News Network. Concurrently, he is a researcher in a leading global professional services company. He has five year background experience in finance & accounting operations and business process outsourcing. Myong, as he is fondly called by his friends, born and raised in the province of Marinduque. He loves travelling and doing community outreach activities.
Senior Insight Contributor
Eric Arevalo is a seasoned insight contributor at Marinduque News Network. He is currently an editor-in-chief in a monthly maritime newspaper. Eric have worked for several radio stations including DWIZ, NBC, Radyo Veritas and ANC News Channel. He obtained masters in Maritime Education at John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University, the same institution where he completed his academics in Doctor of Philosophy in Maritime Management. He earned his bachelor's degree in Broadcast Communications at Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
Adrian Sto. Domingo
Adrian Sto. Domingo is a senior correspondent at Marinduque News Network. He worked as branch manager of Philippine Information Agency - Marinduque. Adrian completed media and communication studies at the University of Malaya in Malaysia as an exchange student. He graduated Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication at Manuel S. Enverga University Foundation
Allan C. Macapugay
Allan C. Macapugay is an insight contributor at Marinduque News Network. He is a civil engineering graduate and currently working in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He likes to read political and national views. Apart from his passion in writing, Allan is a former choir member of Marinduque Provincial Capitol Choir and Mary Help of Christians Parish in Balimbing, Boac, Marinduque.
Gilbert J. Jacolbia
Gilbert J. Jacolbia is the administrator and donor of the domain and hosting of Marinduque News Network website. He grew up in Bunganay, Boac, Marinduque and currently residing in Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canada. Gilbert will be retiring soon in Marinduque to look after his cacao farm.